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Gone in a Flash

 

Lt. Wayne McLemore and Officers Greg Harstad and Paul Garrett help Reginald Cunningham back into his lost shorts.

Last Thursday afternoon, CPD officers were led on a whirlwind footchase through the neighborhood surrounding the Highway 82 Bypass on Bluecutt Road.  The chase started when Reginald Cunningham was spotted at the Military Road Shell Station with a female in a white car.  When he saw officers pulling into the parking lot, Cunningham took off running around the back of the Hampton Inn and cutting through Brown’s RV Park.

Using trees for cover, Cunningham made his way under the bypass and onto the properties in the 3300 block of Bluecutt Road. He hid in a pine thicket in an attempt to elude capture, but Sgt Ross Richardson came into the same stand of trees in his search.  He attempted to Tase  Cunningham, but could not get a clear shot through the thick brush.  Cunningham noticed Richardson and took off running, jumping from a small overhang onto the roadway.  He made a beeline across the road to a property that flanks the Bypass, with Officer Ric Higgins on his trail. [By this time, many of Columbus’ finest were on scene to help with the chase. – JD]

Cunningham makes a break for it.

Cunningham ran down the driveway and disappeared through a treeline that separated the property from the Bypass’s embankment, diving through a barbed wire fence in the process.  Officers were unable to find where he had gone through the brush and could find no way through the fence.  Reginald Cunningham lay just feet away, hiding in the tall grass, knowing that the officers couldn’t see him.  Unfortunately for Cunningham, the grass he was laying in was right down the hill from the Bypass, putting him in clear view of Officer Harstad, who had gone up onto the Bypass to try and cut off his escape.

Harstad had his Taser in hand as he walked quietly and quickly down the embankment.  He was prepared to fire if Cunningham made another attempt to run.  But, Cunningham never knew he was there.  Harstad holstered his weapon and jumped on top of the prone escapee, only to find that he was naked from the waist down! [Apparently, Cunningham had lost his shorts when diving through the fence, having only enough time to grab them and hide before the chase team was upon him. -JD] The mighty Harstad wrestled with the exposed man until Lt. Wayne McElmore and Officer Paul Garrett arrived to help. Once the runner was in cuffs, the officers helped him back into his shorts and led him up the hill to a waiting patrol car.  Though they were exhausted and sweating buckets, no one (except Cunningham) could stop laughing.

Sgt Ross Richardson displays the cuts he received while chasing Cunningham through trees and a fence.

[It was remarked how good his physical condition and speed were, to which one person on scene said, “That’s because he runs from the cops all the time.” – JD]

Cunningham was taken to LCADC and charged with a bevy of charges ranging from outstanding warrants to simple assault of an officer (from an encounter with the CPD the weekend before).

Cunningham was initially recognized by Harstad because the previous weekend, on Saturday, June 4, Officers Harstad and Tommy Watkins had spoken with him regarding a suspicious person call on Bell Ave near 17th St. S.  He was questioned and was about to be let go when a warrant check came back positive.  When officers attempted to put handcuffs on him, Cunningham snatched his arm free and elbowed Harstad in the face before taking off into the darkness.

A search ensued, but due to the poor lighting and the high number of empty houses in the area, Cunningham made an easy escape.

 

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7 comments

  1. Na

    I think that was wrong they didn’t show the white man naked last week they put a sheet over him that was not right then little kids was and the store saying mama look at that naked man I will make sure something be done about this I’m working on it now this man got to leave here

  2. I wasn’t the one who put the sheet over the “white man” last week(we’re not that good at photoshop), that was what he was wearing when we arrived. He was also mentally ill and did not attack or run away from the police.
    The Packet has received more negative feedback for picturing the sides of this man’s buttocks then for the countless graphic pictures that have graced the cover this year- that in itself is perhaps an interesting commentary on modern culture.
    Thanks for your interest in our paper, Mr. or Ms. Na.

  3. Whatever

    Isn’t the paper on the counter everywhere ya’ll sell the Packet??? If the kids are that tall, they can prolly deal with the almost-sorta-kinda butt shot. I missed this guy complainin about his kids bein upset when all the dead people were on the cover last—errr every friggin week. The packet is supposed to be a silly. I’d hope my kid could get through grade school having only seen butts instead of dead or bloody folks.

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